Looking for delicious and affordable foods around Maginhawa Street? Well, we found a very unique restaurant alongside the residential homes, the Gerry’s Jeepney.
Gerry's Jeepney, specializes in Filipino food and presented in boodle fight style. This involved putting all of our food on a banana leaf. Oh! And of course... Eating with our hands!
Inside the gate, it looks like a Jeepney terminal, where people can eat
Words of Wisdom you only get when you ride a Jeepney in the Philippines!
The jeepneys have different themes, and our favorite is the Pinoy Super Hero
|With Jin, Christian, Mark and En|
The boodle fight meal included 5 cups of rice, 4 sticks of pork barbecue, chicken barbecue, 1 piece of grilled Milkfish (bangus), ensaladang talong with salted eggs, bagoong.
Overall, it was a nice dining experience except the waiting part (hahahah gutom na kasi kaya atat, medyo natagalan ng kunti). They have an amazing filipino playlist and you can actually feel the authenticity of the place.
Gerry's Jeepney Maginhawa
7 Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Village, Quezon City
How to get there:
From South, ride a bus going to SM Fairview/Tungko, drop off at Philcoa, then ride a tricycle and tell the driver that you are going to Gerry’s Jeepney at Maginhawa Street.
From North, one can ride a jeep from SM North terminal going to UP Campus, drop off at Philcoa, then ride a tricycle and tell the driver that you are going to Gerry’s Jeepney at Maginhawa Street.
Gerry's Jeepney for Boodle Fight Style at Maginhawa Street Reviewed by The Backpack Man on 4:22:00 PM Rating: